Quality Supply Announces The 2011 Chick Days.
Throughout the duration of Chick Days, Quality Supply will have experts available to offer advice and guidance on how to raise chickens from freshly hatched chicks through laying, including details on proper nutrition to provide the best eggs. Chicken raising experts can learn new tips and beginners will learn the basics of starting their flocks.
And the Saints will march on as Andy Garland scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Carroll College to a 69-63 upset of 11th-seeded Union of Tennessee in the first round of the NAIA Division I men's basketball tournament.
University of Montana Grizzly football coach Robin Pflugrad says Legi Suiaunoa has served as a strength coach, a defensive coordinator and has good recruiting ties. He was the defensive line coach at Portland State last season.
Two deputies with the Missoula County Sheriff's Department were selected by the National Association of Police Officers as the winners of the "Top Cop Award For 2011". Detective Captain Rich Maricelli and Detective T.J. McDermott were instrumental in solving a cold case homicide dating from October 1992.
The Lady Griz win with great defensive skills and now move on to their 19th NCAA tourney. Photo from www.montanagrizzlies.comStephanie Stender and Kenzie De Boer each scored 11 points to lead Montana to a 62-58 win over Portland State on Saturday in the championship game of the Big Sky Conference tournament.
Don't forget to spring forward this weekend and re-set your clocks one hour ahead. Daylight Savings Time will be observed Sunday morning at 2 am to mark the unofficial end to winter. There are a few places that don't observe Daylight Savings; those include Hawaii, parts of Arizona, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and The Virgin Islands
Photo From www.montanagrizzlies.comNow it's the Ladies turn in the Big Sky Tournament to take it all the way to the final round. Stephanie Stender scored 18 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead Montana to a 66-53 win against Idaho State in the first round of the Big Sky Conference tournament Thursday night.
I couldn't of been the only fan, Griz or Bear frustrated with last night's game. Fouls, fouls and more fouls; so many to of them that Will Cherry fouled out before the buzzer. Did these boys forget how to bounce the ball? Several traveling violations were called as well. But in the end the Griz just couldn't make it happen.
"March Madness" sums it up for last nights win. Montana is making a habit out of comebacks at Weber State's expense.
Will Cherry scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half and Brian Qvale grabbed 17 rebounds, helping the Grizzlies rally in the second half for a 57-40 win over the Wildcats on Tuesday night in the Big Sky Conference tournament semifinals.
The defending tournament champion Grizzlies (21-9) will face top-seeded Northern Colorado in the title game Wednesday night. The Bears held off Northern Arizona 73-70 in the other semifinal contest.
Small, Hi-Line towns in Montana are producing some incredible wrestlers. Two Hi-Line athletes who wrestled for high school teams that were 88 miles apart and college teams that were 115 miles apart battled for the NAIA national championship at 184 pounds in a match that couldn't have been much closer.
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